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Area We loved our time in Soller and would consider returning to this town and maybe this villa. It was a very cute looking house, well situated near the town with a pool. Very close proximity to the tram stop which takes you to Port de Soller. A 15 minute walk to the beautiful town centre of Soller (try to catch the market there on Wednesdays). The whole area was charming and felt very "Spanish", not like resorts overrun by English tourists or catering for only for English tourists. Beautiful views around the villa of the mountains. Whilst we were there we didn't really experience any insects (mosquitoes/ants etc.). Nice breeze some days from the mountains. There was a lovely healthy food shop selling veg/fruit and other essentials very close by, as well as a small supermarket and a bakery. We found no need to do the usual Carrefour 'big shop' we've needed at other Villas. For this reason, the closeness of the town and the tram service to the port/beach, we found we didn't really need the hire car we had. Although we'd planned to visit Deia and other local places, we found the driving too much of a challenge (narrow roads edged by high walls, hair-pin beds etc.) in the large people carrier we had. The main roads from Palma and to Port de Soller were good. Villa The villa doesn't have aircon but this didn't pose such a big problem as we've experienced in other parts of Spain. However, more portable electric fans are needed to service all of the bedrooms, the ceiling fan in one of the bedrooms wasn't quite sufficient. Pool terrace quite small but sufficient - however, needed more sunbeds/seating for a family of 6. Currently only 4 sunbeds. Wouldn't say it was suitable for young children, there are flights of concrete steps outside to the pool and to the third bedroom (which is on the 1st floor but via an exterior set of steps). The outside eating space was lovely, and we spent a lot of time there. Kitchen was a little dated (typically spanish), the equipment was ok, good fruit juicer/coffee percolator. However, it lacked multiple shelves in the oven for baking and baking dishes (we bought disposable ones from the local pound shop). Comfortable living room with plenty of seating for 6, we managed to change the language on the TV so we could watch a few English programmes - but a DVD player would have been useful. The bathroom was new and well equipped, lovely big shower. Good facilities for washing and drying clothes. Overall a good villa and very good value for money.Read more
The villa is set in a picturesque location in Majorca with astonishing views and a quaint square a short walk away. Most impressive, was the owners accommodation.Read more
We were overall satisfied with the renting. However we would like to add a few coments: 1) Hot water was missing both at wc and in kitchen 2) The drain in the shower (garden) was more or less blocked 3) Ants were frequent in bathroom and sleeping room 4) Please observe as well that the sunbeds were quite old, and som of the sewings might need a review. 5)The most disturbing factor was the burning and especially the smoke coming from the citrus plantation next to the chicken breeder. It is difficult to understand the legacy of this kind of burning of dry grass in city area - and especially during a dry season. For any questions or alike please dont hesitate to contact me for explanations or any questions. Yours sincerely Jens QveselRead more
as first time villa renters we were not dissapointed.The villa had a good sized pool and was 50 yards from the tramline to port soller.All the facilities were fine and the village was excellent.The views from the villa were superb and surrounded by orange and lemon trees no neighbours overlooking was a bonus as well.The only non positive comments i could make are A/C would be good at night for sleeping but open the shutters and you get a decent breeze and possibly some english speaking channels on the tv otherwise great holiday.Will definitely be doing this again.Read more
I endorse the above review the villa was very comfortable and the surrounding mountains were beautiful. The swimming pool was lovely, it seems to be salted rather than chlorinated which was fine.I would recommend it to a friend. Three suggestions -there are one way roads in Soller so get a good map from the tourist information we found the directions slightly confusing.The best milk is from the Tabac shop on La Lune Street. As Mallorca is very dry in peak season you might need ant spray as and when but it is not a problem.Read more
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Sóller is a charming, historic town in the northwest of Majorca. With colourful history, this humble region rose to prominence during the 10th Century after the Moorish occupation. Famous for its farming culture, orange groves still dominate the landscape between the Tramuntana mountains and the Mediterranean sea. The Fiesta of Oranges, typically taking place every June, celebrates Sóller's colourful heritage where locals and tourists alike mingle to sample delicious jams, liqueurs, juices and sweets. Sóller is peaceful, perfect for a relaxing family break or a romantic getaway.
Soller also presents a more traditional side of Majorca; enjoy the rural landscape, visit museums and see the magnificent, centuries old architecture. There are also many upbeat festivals happening during the year; it's a great way to get to know the local people and their ways. Rich in culture, Sóller offers plenty of sightseeing spots, from its modernist churches to its museums and ancient squares embellishing this historic town. It is also well known for its year-round festivals such as Es Firo, where locals reenact the battle between the Christian and Moorish invaders. For traditional and romantic souls, an old-fashioned electric train, Tren de Soller, provides a beautiful and relaxed mode of transport for reaching the capital Palma.
With its quieter beaches, many restaurants and scattering of independent shops, holidaymakers will find that Sóller is a wonderful base to enjoy a peaceful holiday. There are many beaches and secluded coves around Sóller suitable for an entire family to have fun. Sailing and cruising in a yacht or boat provides a peaceful way to see the island's picturesque coastline. The beautiful rural surroundings include mountain trails, hills and winding roads perfect for brisk walks and cycling. Sóller’s unspoiled countryside is a paradise for mountain bikers, joggers and hikers.
Sóller is a calm and family-friendly town with a limited nightlife. A number of inviting, atmospheric restaurants can be found scattered around the rural area and around the port. However, if you want to earn your dinner then you might consider walking to the charming historic village of Fornalutx! It is approximately two and a half kilometres northeast from the centre of Sóller and has some delightful eating spots. Renting a villa or apartment in Sóller puts everything on your doorstep: snorkelling in clear turquoise water, relaxing on sun-kissed beaches and majestic sunsets from the peak of the Tramuntana mountains.
Key holiday info
- Palma airport is approximately a 2 to 2.5 hour flight from most European airports and Sóller is only a 35 minute drive from the airport.
- Daytime temperatures can reach 31℃ in summer and rarely fall below 15°C in the winter.
- In the summer the sea can reach a balmy 27°C, dropping to 15°C in winter.
- Puig Major is the highest point of Serra de Tamuntana mountain range at 1,445m above sea level.
- Sóller is famous for its lush orange groves and terraces of ancient olive trees.
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- One of Sóller's oldest churches is Església de Sant Bartomeu in the main square, dating back to the early 13th Century.
- Sóller is home to 3 museums: Can Prunera museum of modernism, Museo Balear de Ciencias Naturales and the art gallery of Museu de Casa del Cultura
- Every second week in May The Es Firo festival recreates the battle between the Christians and the Moorish invaders. Watch the streets fill with fireworks and other spectacular displays.
- The Tren de Sóller is a historic train with stunning views of rural Majorca. It goes between Sóller and Palma approximately every two hours.